On Sunday I made my first Mother’s Day craft, for myself. Like a kid on the first day of school I got out all the goodies. Crayons, foam paper, non-toxic paint and sponge brushes, string and Elmer’s glue. (If playing with all of that stuff doesn’t make you feel like a child, I don’t know […]
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When I was 12, I gave myself bangs. It’s not as glamorous as it sounds and not something I recommend doing. Fortunately, it was the 80s and I could blowdry my bangs (really, my fringe) up, hairspray them to death, and fit right in. When I was 16, some unknown allergen gave me a fat […]
The Mom Blog’s own Lorna Rose was recently interviewed on a podcast all about the writing process. Lorna talks about her decision to become a stay-at-home-mom, how she finally found the confidence to call herself a “writer” and how she balances motherhood with work. Check it out here: http://horriblewriting.libsyn.com/website/36-motherhood-with-lorna-rose Way to go, Lorna!
Hi everybody! I hope your week is off to a wonderful, sunny start. It’s been a while since we’ve done a good old fashioned links post, so here ya go…. some fun stories/videos/random stuff we’re excited about today at Mom Blog HQ: Has anyone else watched “The Letdown” on Netflix? It’s the most real depiction […]
It started off the same as any other night. Lying in bed with my 4.5-year-old by my side, reading her a story before we both fell asleep. I always keep a pillow between me and her as a barricade so that she doesn’t roll into me during the night. Known as an extremely hard sleeper, […]
Hello Mom Blog readers! I’d like to introduce myself and invite you to a kid-friendly event this weekend. My name is Jana Fischback, I’m a Wenatchee native and the executive director of a new non-profit, Sustainable Wenatchee. Sustainable Wenatchee’s mission is to promote a culture of environmental stewardship in the Wenatchee Valley. We’re doing this […]
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